Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand
The Professional Voice of Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand is a professional membership based association representing the pharmacy profession.

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Society Applauds Extra Health Spending

29 May 2017

The extra health spend is well targeted to benefit the most needy in our community and pharmacists are well positioned to provide new services.

Budget 2017 will invest an extra $3.9million over four years into Vote Health taking the total spend on health to $16.77 billion in 2017 / 18.

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Dr John Dunlop Awarded Society Gold Medal

16 May 2017

The National Executive and staff at the Society extend their hearty congratulations to Dr John Dunlop who was recently awarded the Society's Gold Medal for his contribution to pharmacy.

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Calculations and Doses - On Demand

Assessing whether the prescribed dose is clinically appropriate, and being able to undertake the required calculations correctly is an essential part of the dispensing process.

This course provides a variety of activities that allows you to demonstrate that you are competent to do this.

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Trimethoprim Accreditation Training - On Demand

This online training programme is designed to allow pharmacists to become accredited providers of Trimethoprim. Only accredited pharmacists may sell Trimethoprim.

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Latest Events

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2017 Symposia Series - Wellington


At this symposia in Wellington we are pleased to bring you an expert panel discussion on Innovation in Pharmacy Practice along with in-depth clinical sessions on Mental Health, Multi-Cultural Competence, Dermatology and Respiratory Conditions.

This year we are offering a new format of three concurrent workshops, helping to maximise your learning in a smaller and more interactive group environment.

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Epilepsy Update for Pharmacists - Live Webinar

Due to unforseen circumstances we have had reschedule this webinar - new confirmed date is 26 June 2017, enrolments open.

Epilepsy is a group of disorders with varying outcomes. The International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) has just, this week, released an updated classification of epileptic seizures and syndromes. The epileptic encephalopathies are a group of the most devastating epilepsy syndromes in which seizures and interictal electrographic epileptic activity contribute to severe cognitive and behavioural deterioration. Join this webinar to learn more about this and update your knowledge on epilepsy management, with a focus on the paediatric population.

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